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FAQ for Veterinary CO2 Laser

Classification: FAQ



Release Time:2023-08-21 13:03

1. What laser is used for veterinary surgery?

  • CO2 lasers have become the standard  for performing veterinary surgery. Providing the ideal wavelength (10.6 μm) for all soft tissue surgery, the CO2 laser increases precision and reduces bleeding, swelling, pain and tissue trauma.

2. What’s the benefit of veterinary CO2 laser?

  • There are many benefits of the CO2 laser in animal hospital. The benefits of CO2 laser use in animals include decreased blood loss, pain, surgery time, and healing time. Because the CO2 laser seals small vessels as it cuts, there is a decreased blood loss, which is of great benefit because many animals such as the exotic species are quite small and therefore have a small blood volume. 
  • The use of CO2 lasers for surgery also decreases pain because they seal nerve endings as they cut, which may also decrease self-induced trauma after surgery. Decreased pain may also lessen postsurgical fear and anxiety. Lasers make surgery safer and provide a quicker recovery period. 

3. Why CO2 laser surgery is good for animals?

  • CO2 laser surgery is one of the newest forms of technology available to veterinarians.
  • Designed especially for soft tissue surgery, the CO2 laser offers many benefits over traditional surgery and tools.
  • Laser seals nerve endings as it’s cutting, closing blood vessels and preventing excessive blood loss.
  • It is so precise and the cut so easy to manage, many vets find that it reduces the actual surgery time.
  • It allows animals to recover quicker from the surgery, with less swelling, less bruising and less risk of infection